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SUNDAY, MAY 26, 1935

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Varsity Splits Double Header With Wisconsin Baseball

Team

Wolverines Win
By. 13-7 Score,
Lose First, 6-3
Badgers Win Over Larson
And Are Defeated By
Patchin In Final
MADISON. Wis., May 25. - IP) -
Michigan split a double-header with
Wisconsin here today dropping the
first contest 6 to 3 and winning the
second 13-7.

Michigan
Ford, 3b ...........
Rudness, of .........
Paulson, 2b .........
Oliver, lb ...........
Regeczi, if ..........
Teitelbaum, s...... ..
Lerner, rf .........
Williams, c ..........
Larscn, p ...........
Totals.

AB R
..5 0
..4 1
..3 0
..4 0
..4 0
..4 0
..3 0
..4 0
..4 2

H
2
1
1
C)
0
1
0
1
1

O
2
2
1
9
1
0
1
8
0

A
3
0
1
0
0
2
0
0
2

.35 3 9 24 8

Wiscons'n AB
Nordstrom, ss ........5
Serris, 3b ............3
Carlson, If ..........4
Heyer, 2b ............3
Gerlach, cf..... ...2
Demark, rf ..........4
Rondone, c ..........4
Wegner, lb . . . . . . . . . . 4
Tonek, p ...........4
Capicek, 'rf ..........1
Totals ..........34
Second Gamn
Michigan AB
Ford, 3b............6
Rudness, cf.........5
Paulson, 2b...........5
Oliver, lb...........5
Regeczi, lf............5
Teitlebaum, ss. .......4
Lerner, rf............5
Williams, c..........4
Patchin, p............5
Totals..........44

R
1
2
0
1
2
0
0
0
0
0

IH
1
1
0
0
1
0
1
0
0
1

0
0
0
2
2
0
1
10
5
0
6

A
0
2
0
1
0
1
2
0
1
0

6 5 26 7

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R
0
2
2
2
1
0

H
2
1
2
2
1

O
2
1
0
9
4
0
1
8
1

A
2
0
3
0
0
3
0
0
2

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Summaries Of
Big Ten
Track Meet
One-mile run: Won by Don Lash
(Ind.); second, Harvey S m i t h
(Mich.) ; third, Duke Hobbs (Ind.);
fourth, Clay Brelsford (Mich.); fifth,
Claude Moore (P.U.). Time, 4:14.4.
(New Big Ten record. Old record,
4:15.8 by Fall, Oberlin, 1917. New
Ferry Field record).
440-yard run: Won by Carleton
Crowell (Wis.); second, Winslow Heg
(N.U.) ; third Stan Birleson (Mich.);
fourth, Gene Skinner (Iowa); fifth,
Harvey Patton (Mich.). Time, :48.5.
100-yard dash: Won by Jesse
Owens (O.S.U.); second, Bob Grieve
(Ill.); third, Sam Stoller, (Mich.) ;
fourth, Andy Dooley (Iowa) ; fifth,
Bob Collier (Ind.). Time, 9.4 (Equals
World's record. New Big Ten record.
Old record 9.5 by Eddie Tolan, Mich-
igan, 1929. New Ferry Field record).
Shot put: Won by George Neal
(O.S.U.); 47 feet 10 inches; second,
Ed Christianson (Wis.), 47 feet 61/
inches; third, Bill Freimuth (Minn.),
47 feet 4 inches; fourth, Irvin
Rubow (Wis.), 47 feet 2% inches;
fifth, Dominic Krezowski (Minn.), 46
feet 5% inches.
120-yard high hurdles: Won by
Jack Kellner (Wis.) ; second, Ken
Sandbach (P.U.); third, Bob Clark
(Wis.) ; fourth, Dan Caldemeyer
(Ind.); fifth, Bob Osgood (Mich.).
Time, :14.5.
Half-mile run: Won by Charles
Beetham (O.1U.); second, Jack
Fleming (N.U.) ; third, Cliff Smith,
(O.S.U.); fourth Lackie Glendenning
(P.U.); fifth, Frank Aikens (Mich.).
Time, 1:53.2.
Discus throw: Won by Widmer Et-
chells (Mich,), 154 feet 10 inches;
second, Westley Busbee (Ind.); 148
feet 8% inches; third, Bill Freimuth
(Minn.), 142 feet 612 inches; fourth,
Mike Savage (Mich.), 140 feet; fifth,
Julius Schneiderman (Ind.), 136 feet
1 inch.
220-yard dash: Won by Jesse Owens
(O.S.U.); second, Andy Dooley (Iowa;
third, Bob Grieve (Ill.); fourth, Bob
Collier, (Ind.); fifth, Carl Nelson
(Iowa). Time, 20.3. (New world rec-
ord. Old record :20.6 by R. A. Locke,;
U.S.A., 1926. New American, Col-
legiate, Big Ten, and Ferry Field rec-
ord).
Javelin throw: Won by Mark Pan-
ther (Iowa), 219 feet 7% inches; sec-
ond, Ed Horne (N.U.), 197 feet 11%
inches; third, Bob Kositchek (Mich.),
190 feet 7 5/8 inches; fourth, Bernie
Schlanger (Wis.), 186 feet 8 inches;
fifth, Jay Berwanger (Chi.), 183 feet
11% inches. (Panther's throw a new
Big Ten record. Old record 208 feet
5 V4 inches by Duane Purvis, Purdue,
1933. New Ferry Field record).
Running high jump: Willis Ward
(Mich.) and Bob Riegel (Ill.) tied for
first; third, Mel Walker (O.S.U.);
fourth, Frank Jusek (O.S.U.); Kon-
rad Moisio (Mich.) and Dan Calde-
meyer (Ind.) tied for fifth. Height,
6 feet 3 5/8 inches.
Two-mile run: Won by Don Lash
(Ind.); second, Walt Stone (Mich.);
third, Wayne Slocum (Minn.); fourth,
Glen Price (O.S.U.); fifth, Willard
Smullen (Ind.). Time, 9:23.1. (New
Ferry Field Record. Old record 9:33
by Furnas, Purdue, 1920).
220-yard hurdles: Won by Jesse
Owens (O.S.U.); second, Phil Do-
herty (N.U.); third, Francis Cretz-
meyer (Iowa); fourth, Bob Osgood
(Mich.); fifth, Ken Sandbach (P.U.).
Time, :22.6. (New world's record. Old
record :23. by Norm Paul, Los An-
geles, 1933, and C. R. Brookins, U.S.A.,
1924. New American, Collegiate, Big
Ten, and Ferry Field Record).
Running broad jump: Won by
Jesse Owens (O.S.U.) 26 feet 8%
inches; second, Willis Ward (Mich),
25 feet 2% inches; third, Harry Hol-
lis (P.U.),.24 feet 18 inches;,fourth,
Sam Stoller (Mich.), 23 feet 2s
inches; fifth, Francis Cretzmeyer

(Iowa), 22 feet 91 inches. (Owen's
jump a new world's record. Old rec-
ord 26 feet 2% inches by Chuhei Nam-
ba, Japan, 1931. New American, Col-
legiate, Big Ten, Ferry Field record.
Mile Relay: Won by Michigan (Fred
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Champions Who Camp aigned On Ferry Field

-By Daily Staff Photographer.
Eddie Tolan (in street clothes) former Michigan star and Willis
Ward (center) the Wolverines' greatest all-around athlete pictured with
Jesse Owens, Ohio State record-breaker yesterday.

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Wisconsin
Nordstrom, ss........5 1
Serris, 3b.............4 0
Carlson, If............ 5 0
Heyer, 2b............,4 1
Gerlach, cf. ..........4 2
Demark, rf. ... .... ..4 1
Reinhart, c........... 4 1
Wenger, lb ..........4 0
Pearson, p............4 1
Capicek, x ............1 0

2
0
1
2
3
0
1
1
1
0

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0
6
0
0
2
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9
10
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0

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2
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1
0
0
2
0
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Michigan Wins
Big Ten Track
Championship
(Continued from Page 1)
Conference record of 4:14.4, 1.8 sec-
onds better than the 18-year old
mark, and came back in the two-
mile grind to clip almost 10 full sec-
onds from the Ferry Field mark
as he won in 9:23.1.
The other Conference record was
established in the javelin throw when
Mark Panther of Iowa tossed the
spear 219 feet, 7% inches to break
the record of 208 feet, 51% inches held
by Duane Purvis of Purdue, and ap-
proach the collegiate mark of 220
feet, 11 5/8 inches.
In the half-mile run Chuck Bee-
tham of. Ohio State broke his own
Ferry Field mark of 1:53.8 by .6 sec-
onds.
Although far from the peak of his
form and obviously suffering the ef-
fects of his injured leg, Willis Ward
brought to a close one of the great-
est athletic careers in the history of
Michigan by placing second to Owens
in the broad jump and tying for a
first in the high jump.
The great Wolverine star made the
best jump of his career in the broad
jump with 25 feet, 1% inches, and
high jumped 6 feet, 3 5/8 inches.

Totals.........

.39 7 11 27 13i

Faculty Heads
of Conference
FinishMeeting
The meeting between the Faculty.
Representatives of the Big Ten Col-
leges came to an inconclusive end
yesterday at the Michigan Union.
Most of the business on the agenda
was carried over to be taken up at the
December meeting to be held at Chi-
cago.
Several proposals were made by the
Athletic Directors to the Faculty Rep-
resentatives of which most had to
do with the Conference rule that a
man who has played professional
football is not allowed to coach in
the Big Ten. The rule attracted at-
tention a short time ago when it was
learned that "Red" Grange, great Il-
linois halfback who had played pro-
fessional football for several years
would be ineligible to return to coach
in the Western Conference. The
proposal made by the directors to "re-
phrase" the rule will be considered
in December and indications are that
it will be changed.
Another proposal along the same
lines was to allow officials who have
worked in professional football of-
ficiate in the Big Ten. Indications
also are that this rule will be changed
at Chicago.
The training table for athletic
squads was also considered at the
meeting and was turned down.
Professional - Amateur 'football
games such as played last August at
Chicago between the Chicago Bears
and an All-Star team composed of
college seniors and coached by col-
lege coaches were considered. Sev-
eral of the coaches were uncertain as
to their status under the rule which
states that no coach will be allowed
to play professional football and
coach in the Big Ten. The faculty
directors decreed a hands-off policy
on this situation.

MORRISON RECOVERS
Ray Morrison, head football coach
at Vanderbilt University, is slowly re-
covering from an undetermined ill-
ness. He was rushed to the hospital
May 22 when he was suddenly taken
sick.
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The Education Committee of King's Daughters
presents the

CHRYSLER CHOIR
of 200 VOICES
in a CONCERT to Be Given at
8 O'CLOCK TONIGHT
HILL AUDITORIUM
THOMAS LEWIS will Conduct
Rated one of the finest in the United States, the Chrysler Choir
is certain to provide a rare treat for music lovers of Ann Arbor.
Hear DEWI JONES
12-Year-Old Welsh Soprano
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